5 DIY Projects to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Style
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Make it by Monday is actually Make it by Saturday this week, with projects to get you ready for the greenest holiday of the year. Get on these projects to bring yourself a splash of green and a little luck of the Irish.
It's Saint Patrick's Day, so why not go all out? Grab a pair of old denim pants and a bucket of green dye, and get yourself dressed for a day of shamrocks, leprechauns, and green beer. This step-by-step guide from the Smartest and His Artist will have your legs looking emerald by the time you hit your first pub. Dying jeans may sound intimidating, but, it's much easier than it sounds. Testing your efforts on a pair of scrap jeans will boost your courage.
This bag of potatoes may look like any old version of the fried tuber, but it's got some secret ingredients. This recipe from Taste of the Test Kitchen includes cream cheese, vanilla, sugar, and cinnamon. Authentic Irish food it's not, but it sure looks delicious.
Use a potato cutout to make the shamrock on the bag following this guide from The Changeable Table.